There are many different rules and traditions to keep in mind when planning one’s wedding. However, most traditions are optional and can either be fully embraced or overlooked, depending on your preference and decision as a couple. One of the most popular traditions, which is completely optional, is the wedding day gift exchange between the couple that is to be married. Today, I have chosen three items that feature a monogram, which are ideal for a bride-to-be.
This pendant can be carved with your choice of three initials. Traditionally, the last name initial will be placed in the center of the pendant, so be mindful to list the desired letters in the exact order that you would like to see them. For example, the initials for Jennifer Marie Smith would be listed as “JSM.” This pendant necklace is available in either 14 karat white or yellow gold.
I love this signet ring because it has a closed back, which makes for higher quality ring. One, two, or three initials may be engraved onto the face of the ring. We offer hand engraving, laser engraving, and computer engraving in your choice of a 14 kt yellow, rose, or white gold ring.
Monogrammed jewelry is a great gift idea for a bride-to-be. You can either put the bride’s new initials on the piece as a way to symbolize her future, or you may choose her maiden initials as a way for her to embrace her past.
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